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Muslim Organisations in South Africa - Political Parties

  • Africa Muslim Party - Muslim Political Party that partook in the South African Elections 2009 - Western Cape Region

  • Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party - Muslim political party that contested 2009 South African general elections

  • Cape Muslim Congress - The Cape Muslim Congress is a not for profit community based organization that is primarily concerned with the political, economic, social and cultural progress of the Cape Muslims and the marginalized communities in general.The CMC objective is to spearhead the development of a politically influ...

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Cape Muslim parties unite for polls - Politics

Published on Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Al Jama-ah Community Party and the Africa Muslim Party announced that they would campaign together under the banner of Al Jama-ah Community Party, after some Muslim voters complained about not knowing which party to vote for.

BCCSA won't ban 'Islamist militants' - South Africa

Published on Sunday, 12 January 2014

The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA (BCCSA) will not impose a blanket ban on the use of the term “Islamist militants” in the media, it said on Sunday.

“Such an approach by the tribunal would smack of censorship, which goes against the basic precepts of our democracy,” BCCSA tribunal chairman Kobus van Rooyen said in his judgment.

Every Muslim must be a cop to save the doenya

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Tuesday, 13 December 2011
AL JAMA-AH Councillor A. Norbhai represented the City of Johannesburg at the COP 17 Climate change conference of the United Nations in Durban. The Party witnessed the signing of the historic acord overseen by President Zuma and “Madiba Magic” which rubbed off on the Ministers and Councillors working behind the scenes. It is still a challenge to reduce the climate changes to under 2% per year. Every Muslim must play their part to save the doenya for future generations, insha Allah.

AL JAMA-AH POLICY CONFERENCE TO SET ROADMAP FOR THE PARTY

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Tuesday, 13 December 2011
While the Inaugural Conference of the Party is set for 30 December 2011 all eyes are on the first Policy Conference of the Party to be held on 28 April 2012. Advance notice as per the attachments above is being widely distributed. (Contact: info@aljama.co.za if you cannot download for a set of documents.)
  1. PROXY FORM 2012 POLICY CONFERENCE
  2. 2012 POLICY CONFERENCE

Neighbours to face the law if children abused

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Tuesday, 13 December 2011
Legislation should be passed requiring people living in the neighbourhood to look after children. Leaving this to parents only is not secure enough says AL JAMA-AH Party Leader Ganief Hendricks as the 16 days of activism against the abuse of children comes to a close. 

Al Jama-ah party leader meets KZN Ulema leaders

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Monday, 28 November 2011
The Jamiatul Ulama KwaZulu Natal (Council of Muslim Theologians) leadership  headed by its President  Moulana Ahmed E. Mahomedy met with Ganief Hendricks Party Leader of the AL JAMA-AH Political Party at its headquarters in Springfield Durban on Saturday 26 November 2011 at the request of the Party.

National Conference in Session

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Saturday, 26 November 2011
In terms of the Constitution of the AL JAMA-AH Political Party adopted at the founder’s meeting held on 9 January 2007 the first National Conference of the Party in session”  will be held on Saturday 31 December 2011. Notices of the meeting will be published on this website  at least 14 days in advance...

AL JAMA-AH POLITICAL PARTY: ELECTIVE CONFERENCE

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Saturday, 26 November 2011
The National and Provincial elections for South Africa is expected to be held in April 2014, about  two(2) years and 5 months from now. Municipal elections for councillors may be held on the same date  ... To ensure that especially newer members can be elected at the elective conference and be eligible  as contesting public representatives meeting the criteria in clause 8.2 the following timetable will be necessary.

EASTERN CAPE A NEW FRONTIER FOR ALJAMA

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Saturday, 26 November 2011
While the Party received just over 1000 votes in the Eastern Cape province it gained the support of the Ulema and community leaders in a recent vist by the General Secretary of the Party  Sheikh Abduragiem Abderoef and Party Leader Ganief Hendricks. A direct result of the vist was the launch of the ALJAMA BEITUL MAAL. Delegates wil be represented at the forthcoming ALJAMA ” National Conference in session” insha Allah.

FIRST STEPS TAKEN TO LAUNCH ALJAMA MPUMALANGA & ALJAMA POLOKWANE

Published by Al Jama-ah Muslim Political Party on Saturday, 26 November 2011
Provincial Leader Farouk Modisane and youth leader Fayaaz have been tasked to launch ALJAMA in Mpumalanga and Polokwane so that the Muslim voters in these two provincs will be represented at the Aljama elective conference in 2013. The Party received good votes from these provinces in several voting stations during 2009.